Climping beach is also known as Atherington Beach, as with many along the south coast, has wooden groynes and is pebbles at high tide. But at low tide, a huge read more
Littlehampton is within West Sussex, located approximately 55 miles south of London pretty equidistance between Bognor Regis and Worthing.
West Sussex as a whole is often an overlooked area with people heading to the counties either side, Hampshire or East Sussex. Although Littlehampton does not offer a coastal town with lots of character it does offer a great home base for a break on the West Sussex coast.
Choice of three beaches: the main Littlehampton sea front with a large seafront green, West Beach is a site of special scientific interest and features some of Britain's most unspoilt examples of Sand Dunes, and then a short walk along to Climping.
Littlehampton West Beach is on the opposite side of the River Arun from the town centre. You can either walk across the bridge from the main Littlehampton family east beach read more
Littlehampton Beach is the main beach for Littlehampton, also known as East beach or Coastguards beach. The beach is a clean and safe large shingle beach, overlooked by the coastguard read more
East Preston and Angmering beach has groynes and is pebbles with compact sand at mid to low tide. The standard beach for this West Sussex stretch, although due to difficult read more
Rustington beach is shingle beach with compact sand at low tide. The beach forms part of a long stretch of beach and adjoins to the Littlehampton East beach. On a read more